The HALLETT Family of Scituate

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ANN HALLETT m. Richard Curtis

First Generation


Parents: Unknown

Deane and Savage say that John and Andrew were brothers; but do not provide any evidence. [Ref][Ref]

Children of Unknown Hallett:

  1. John Hallett
  2. Andrew Hallett [Ref][Ref] was of Lynn. [Ref] He moved to Sandwich in 1637 and, soon after, moved to Yarmouth. [Ref] His daughter Ruhamah married Job, the son of Rev. Richard Bourne. [Ref] He left an estate of £1,180. [Ref]

Second Generation

JOHN HALLETT of Scituate

Parents: Unknown Hallett

He is in the Scituate section of the 1643 list of those between 16 and 60 able to bear arms in Plymouth Colony. [Ref] He was one of the Conihassett Partners of Scituate. He was the constable in Scituate in 1646. [Ref] He was a grand juryman there in 1664. [Ref] He had lands assigned to him in Scituate in 1668. [Ref]

He probably moved to Yarmouth for a few years. [Ref]

Children of John Hallett:

  1. Ann Hallett married Richard Curtis.
  2. John Hallett was born in 1630 in Yarmouth. [Ref]

Third Generation


Parents: John Hallett [Ref][Ref 2;340]

Ann Hallett married Richard Curtis in 1649. [Ref][Ref 2;340]


Deane, Samuel, History of Scituate Massachusetts, Digital Scanning Inc, 2002. Online: Google Books.

Nathaniel B. Shurtleff, "List of Those Able to Bear Arms in the Colony of New Plymouth 1643," New England Historical and Genealogical Register 4, 1850, 255-259.

Pierce, Ebenezer, Civil, Military and Professional Lists of Plymouth and Rhode Island Colonies, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1995. Online:

Savage, James. A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England Showing Three Generations of Those Who Came Before May, 1692. Vol. I-IV. Boston, MA, USA: 1860-1862.

Whittemore, Henry, Genealogical Guide to the Early Settlers of America, Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, 1967. Online: